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Silver signet-ring: bezel a large applied disc with incised backward-glancing animal, a palm branch above its head and letter T under its belly; punched dots around it; beaded wire border; three pellets on each shoulder; hoop a rod terminating under bezel in 2 pairs of flat scrolls.
- Diameter: 2.5 centimetres
- Diameter: 0.8 inches
Text from Dalton 1912, Catalogue of Finger Rings, no. 166:
For the scrolled ends of the hoop, cf. the gold ring from Mâcon (Deloche, 'Anneaux sigillaires', p. 25.
Prehistory and Europe
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Object reference number: MCS1075
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